Lahore A fierce fire broke out in a building in Lahore, Pakistan on Sunday morning. In this accident, property worth lakhs was burnt down. The best part is that there were no casualties in this horrific fire incident.
According to initial reports, the building caught fire due to a short circuit. Property worth lakhs of rupees has been damaged due to fire. According to the report, the fire took place in a building in Gulbarg at Lohar. This fierce fire broke out on the fourth floor of the building. As soon as the fire was reported at the Hafiz Center, the fire department personnel arrived on the spot with two dozen fire engines and the fire was started.
Several officials, including Lahore Commissioner Zulfiqar Guman, Deputy Commissioner (DC) Mudassir Riaz and Capital City Police Officer (CCPO) Omar Sheikh, reached the site. Witnesses said the fire started on the second floor of the building but gradually reached the fourth floor. CCPO Sheikh said that 25 people have been rescued from the building so far and no casualties have been reported so far.
13 killed in a fierce fire in bus
Let us know that on September 27 last month, 13 people were killed and 5 others were badly injured due to fire in a passenger bus in Karachi, Pakistan. An official had told that the bus was going from Hyderabad towards Karachi. Meanwhile, the bus caught fire on the way.
IG Motorway Police Dr Aftab Pathan had told that a total of 22 people were on board the bus. The bus overturned after the fire. Due to this, the passengers got scorched and 13 died. The other 5 people injured in the accident were admitted to the hospital in critical condition. The accident took place 60 km from Hyderabad.
Pakistan set fire to border areas
Let us tell you that on 15 October the Pakistani Army set fire to border areas. These flames have now reached the tail, entering the Indian border. The situation has worsened after the flames reached the border areas of Balakot and Mankot in Mendhar tehsil of Poonch district.
Due to the fire, there are frequent explosions in many landmines on the outskirts. So far, more than 50 tunes of the Indian Army have exploded. The Indian Army is constantly trying to control the fire. Flames of fire are rising so high that they are visible from many kilometers away.